motor grader


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motor grader

[′mōd·ər ‚grād·ər]
(mechanical engineering)

motor grader

A dirt-moving machine for leveling and planing the surface to fine tolerances by means of a blade (or moldboard) than can be set and held at precise slope and elevation. Controls at the operator’s station raise and lower, turn, and tilt the moldboard.
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The B-Series motor graders have a sleek, sloping hood in order to provide excellent visibility to the operator's rear.
The company started business assembling heavy equipment such as bulldozers, wheel loaders, motor graders and hydraulic excavators imported in the form of completely-knocked-down components from Komatsu Ltd.
The factory started assembling various types of heavy equipment including i excavators, bulldozers, wheel loaders, motor graders and dump trucks.
The motor grader is powered by a 146kW-rated German-designed Dalian Deutz Stage II electronic injection engine that SDLG claims saves energy whilst maximising performance.
Company officials said a full line of motor graders, except for its 24M motor grader, will be made in North Little Rock.
GP Motor Graders that ship from the John Deere factory are now ready for the installation of the Trimble[sup.
Among the items sold to internet bidders at the auction: a compactor to Alberta, Canada; a wheel loader to Saudi Arabia; a crawler tractor to Egypt; an all terrain dump truck to Mexico; a pair of motor graders to Bolivia; and a number of loader backhoes and skid steer loaders to South Africa.
Tenders are invited for Acquator group for cat motor grader.
In 1995, he joined Champion Motor Grader in Goderich, Ontario, Canada where he held several financial roles.
Tenders are invited for Procurement of gasket for motor grader.
The acquisition gives Strongco the sales, rentals, parts and service operations of Volvo's motor grader and compact equipment product lines in Ontario.
North Little Rock is home to the company's motor grader facility, where operations began last year.